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October 15, 2013, 09:14:00 PM
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'Orama,

I'd like to thank you for everything you've done so far. I made my decision to become a KnC customer after reading your detailed reports about the open day. Please know that there are many happy customers out there like me who appreciate your service. On behalf of the vast majority of the readers of this thread, thank you.

Vast majority? Shite.

The rest, agreed. I appreciate the time taken to share information which helped us get a much better picture to base a decision on.
Personal attacks are pathetic. Unfair and unwarranted. We don't have to take any notice of what he says. Without him we'd have had no decent info in the beginning and absolutely nothing at all in the past week.

I think he just likes Swedish birds. Not an uncommon thing. Smiley
Good luck with that. I hear that the difficulty is high though.
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October 15, 2013, 09:14:25 PM
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update...1 saturn, 4 days, 3btc

You are doing quite well, my Jupiter has been hashing since the morning of the 9th and I'm at 4.8

Was only able to get ~120-150 the first few days and since .95 I've been seeing ~420GH/s.  I'm really hoping we see a new firmware soon that fixes whatever is causing my now over 900,000 error'd shares.

Set your min diff to 256 or 512 on the pool.  The miner sends a lot bad shares when it changes diff.

It actually seems to be working.  Since switching, I've mined over 100k accepted shares with only 256 stale and no 'dupes' or 'other' errors.  The best part is that for the first time ever I saw it break 500GH/s (currently at 495).  I'm cautiously optimistic.

I had tried setting the min diff @ 256 before .95 and didn't notice an improvement.

edit... just as I typed this I started receiving 'other' errors again.  Over 12k errors and counting.  Hash rate down too.

Try 512.  You want it high enough that the pool won't change it to the miner, that's when it sends the 'other' errors for me.

This is over 24 hrs for me since raising the min diff:
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October 15, 2013, 09:15:24 PM
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'Orama,

I'd like to thank you for everything you've done so far. I made my decision to become a KnC customer after reading your detailed reports about the open day. Please know that there are many happy customers out there like me who appreciate your service. On behalf of the vast majority of the readers of this thread, thank you.

Granted that Bitcoinorama has been a great help on saying what has happened as far as some updates on the company and i am grateful for that. HOWEVER I do believe that KNC should be more open on there communications on whats going on.

So on that note. Thank you Bitcoinorama for the updates that you have provided us.

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October 15, 2013, 09:18:08 PM
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Or I'm surprisingly successful in other endeavours I have been involved with and can support myself. I'm nobodies fool, do not worry about that.

Translation: Mom and Dad are still paying.

Come on, bring in the news!

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October 15, 2013, 09:20:14 PM
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
the hosting panel, and gui are different, the firmware is on the gui.
if you are hosted by knc, then you already have 0.95


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October 15, 2013, 09:24:26 PM
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
Thx for reply. My Jupiter is hosted, and I dont think I can tell which firmware update is applied. With the hosting panel address, I just have "stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334" in the pool config.
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October 15, 2013, 09:26:29 PM
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'Orama,

I'd like to thank you for everything you've done so far. I made my decision to become a KnC customer after reading your detailed reports about the open day. Please know that there are many happy customers out there like me who appreciate your service. On behalf of the vast majority of the readers of this thread, thank you.

Well said, buy him a beer on his tip address Tongue

Did that. Wish I could have done more.

Did it as well.  Have a beer on me O'Rama

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October 15, 2013, 09:27:17 PM
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
Thx for reply. My Jupiter is hosted, and I dont think I can tell which firmware update is applied. With the hosting panel address, I just have "stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334" in the pool config.
That does not sound good, I'd stay up tonight and call them... sry to hear
Have you tried just rebooting? one good way is to just reflash 0.95 on it anyway & hit apply...


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October 15, 2013, 09:33:23 PM
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'Orama,

I'd like to thank you for everything you've done so far. I made my decision to become a KnC customer after reading your detailed reports about the open day. Please know that there are many happy customers out there like me who appreciate your service. On behalf of the vast majority of the readers of this thread, thank you.

Well said! It's a +1 from me too.

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October 15, 2013, 09:37:47 PM
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
Thx for reply. My Jupiter is hosted, and I dont think I can tell which firmware update is applied. With the hosting panel address, I just have "stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334" in the pool config.
That does not sound good, I'd stay up tonight and call them... sry to hear
Have you tried just rebooting? one good way is to just reflash 0.95 on it anyway & hit apply...
You know, the interface for hosted units is very simple, possibly a little too simple, I am sure they are working on it. It isnt obvious to me at the moment how to reboot. Changing the pool sets it as 'pending' for a few mins, then it updates, but it doesnt indicate if this applies a restart.
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
Thx for reply. My Jupiter is hosted, and I dont think I can tell which firmware update is applied. With the hosting panel address, I just have "stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334" in the pool config.
That does not sound good, I'd stay up tonight and call them... sry to hear
Have you tried just rebooting? one good way is to just reflash 0.95 on it anyway & hit apply...
P.S. ... Have you tried saving settings from CGminer?? DO NOT.
if you did... re-do it, and this time save to   /config/cgminer.conf   instead of the root/default save directory... I had problems with this early on. It reaks havoc on the gui, and slows speeds.


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October 15, 2013, 09:44:30 PM
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update...1 saturn, 4 days, 3btc

You are doing quite well, my Jupiter has been hashing since the morning of the 9th and I'm at 4.8

Was only able to get ~120-150 the first few days and since .95 I've been seeing ~420GH/s.  I'm really hoping we see a new firmware soon that fixes whatever is causing my now over 900,000 error'd shares.

Set your min diff to 256 or 512 on the pool.  The miner sends a lot bad shares when it changes diff.

It actually seems to be working.  Since switching, I've mined over 100k accepted shares with only 256 stale and no 'dupes' or 'other' errors.  The best part is that for the first time ever I saw it break 500GH/s (currently at 495).  I'm cautiously optimistic.

I had tried setting the min diff @ 256 before .95 and didn't notice an improvement.

edit... just as I typed this I started receiving 'other' errors again.  Over 12k errors and counting.  Hash rate down too.

Try 512.  You want it high enough that the pool won't change it to the miner, that's when it sends the 'other' errors for me.

This is over 24 hrs for me since raising the min diff:
Code:
501.80 GH/s 11,395k (99.91%) 9984 / 9984 / 0


I tried 512 and now my unit won't go over 350GH/s even after dropping it back down to 256.  Almost as if a module died on me.
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October 15, 2013, 09:46:42 PM
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
Thx for reply. My Jupiter is hosted, and I dont think I can tell which firmware update is applied. With the hosting panel address, I just have "stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334" in the pool config.
That does not sound good, I'd stay up tonight and call them... sry to hear
Have you tried just rebooting? one good way is to just reflash 0.95 on it anyway & hit apply...
The hosting interface doesnt specify what it does with cgminer, it doesnt let you fiddle with that.
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October 15, 2013, 09:47:33 PM
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I hate 'Orama and I hate KNCminer. They can do no right and in hindsight I could have done everything better. (I just didn't.)

BTCitcointalk 1%ers manipulate the currency and deceive its user community.
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October 15, 2013, 09:48:24 PM
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Just hoping someone might be able to help as I think KnC may not reply til tomorrow. My hosted Jupiter is mining at a steady 216 Mh/s, its the same on btcguild. I have tried each pool for over an hour at a time, and the hash rate goes no higher than this. From the hosting panel, I cannot tell which firmware is applied. Any suggestions that might help? Thanks in advance for any tips.
good reason to flash  0.95 asap
and take http:// out of stratum address.
Thx for reply. My Jupiter is hosted, and I dont think I can tell which firmware update is applied. With the hosting panel address, I just have "stratum.mining.eligius.st:3334" in the pool config.
That does not sound good, I'd stay up tonight and call them... sry to hear
Have you tried just rebooting? one good way is to just reflash 0.95 on it anyway & hit apply...
The hosting interface doesnt specify what it does with cgminer, it doesnt let you fiddle with that.
Not the hosting interface, the GUI...
You get there by simply typing the miners ip address into the browser's address window, and use admin/admin for logon/pass


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October 15, 2013, 09:49:18 PM
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Anyone have an ETA on .96 firmware? my Jupiter is not stable right now on any FW.
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October 15, 2013, 09:54:06 PM
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You get there by simply typing the miners ip address into the browser's address window, and use admin/admin for logon/pass
You cant do that with hosted miners. We dont get the IPs, and can only access via the simple control panel interface. No cgminer access is available via hosting.
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October 15, 2013, 09:56:49 PM
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You get there by simply typing the miners ip address into the browser's address window, and use admin/admin for logon/pass
You cant do that with hosted miners. We dont get the IPs, and can only access via the simple control panel interface. No cgminer access is available via hosting.
oh wow does that ever suck!
sorry for the bad advice....   Huh
wonder if you could wireshark that badboy outta there...
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October 15, 2013, 10:27:52 PM
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ORama and anyone else from KNC

No response to emails to customer support, info etc.

Why have they gone silent?


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October 15, 2013, 10:35:18 PM
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ORama and anyone else from KNC

No response to emails to customer support, info etc.

Why have they gone silent?


Because it's almost 1am in sweden?


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